TRANSFER SAGA!!!Tottenham will End Up losing incredible star to Bayern Munich As They “Blocked” Tottenham From Completing Ange Postecoglou Dream Signing As Damming Report Emerge.

The ongoing saga surrounding Radu Dragusin’s potential move to Tottenham Hotspur has thrown up many a stumbling block so far, but according to Gianluca Di Marzio, the North London club are still winning the race as it stands.

For close to a month now, Spurs have been looking at Radu Dragusin as the answer to their central defensive frailties, with Cristian Romero out injured, Ben Daviespotentially hit with a hamstring injury, and Micky van de Ven only just ready to return.

Fabrizio Romano has maintained that it will be Tottenham who sign the Romanian defender, with the claim that ‘positive’ steps had been taken and that the deal should be completed this week.

However, Sky Sports Germany reporter, Florian Plettenberg, has suggested Bayern Munich could be looking to hijack any deal, with Dragusin thought to be ‘on the list’ of defensive targets for the Bundesliga champions.
Similarly, Italian champions Napoli have long been touted as a rival to Spurs’ approach for the Genoa player (CalcioMercato).

Radu Dragusin

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Tottenham still likely to win Dragusin race

Now, according to Gianluca Di Marzio, we can expect some conclusive information to arrive at some point today, and all signs suggest it will be Spurs who win the race for Dragusin.

His latest report on the situation claims today, January 8, will be an “important day” in the battle for Dragusin’s signature, though to what extent is unclear at this stage.

Still, Di Marzio insists Spurs “remain ahead” in the pursuit, despite the advances of Napoli, Bayern, and more recently, AC Milan, too.

Apparently, Spurs are “increasing” their offer for Dragusin “more and more” and a resolution could be in sight.

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We really need to get this deal wrapped up as soon as possible now, especially given the fact we have just loaned out Ashley Phillips to Plymouth for the rest of the season. Surely, that move indicates the club is very confident of Dragusin’s arrival soon.







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